COVID-19 Safety Manager Certification
Organizations must keep employees and customers safe from COVID-19. Accomplishing this goal requires a focused safety manager who is familiar with relevant laws, proven practices, testing procedures, and personal protective equipment.
Our COVID-19 Safety Manager Certification program will enable you to:
- Learn OSHA requirements
- Establish workplace safety protocols
- Protect your organization from potential legal liability
- Prove your knowledge to colleagues, customers, and regulators with your COVID-19 Safety Manager Certificate
We have packed a large volume of interesting and useful content into three engaging webinars, including detailed procedures that you can apply immediately to help prevent a coronavirus outbreak in your organization.
COVID-19 and OSHA Requirements
- OSHA regulations and your responsibilities
- New COVID-19 guidance and required policy changes
- Written safety plan provisions
- Social distancing protocols for workers who need to be present
- Significant potential hazards during this pandemic
- OSHA requirements for recordkeeping and maintenance
- Incident reporting and recording for remote employees
- OSHA poster requirements
COVID-19 Vaccines, Testing, And Masks: Keeping Your Employees Safe In 2021
- What should you do while you wait for vaccine roll-outs in your area?
- Should you require testing and temperature checks in the interim?
- When will the direct threat exception be lifted?
- Should you require vaccines for your employees?
- May you terminate employees who refuse vaccines?
- When should you expect people to return to work?
- How can you balance employee concerns and business/customer safety?
- What important points should you include in your COVID-19 policies?
COVID-19 And Legal Privacy Issues Related To Monitoring Workplace Sanitization And Employee Health
- What are the appropriate methods to monitor employee symptoms?
- How can you monitor employee adherence to safety protocols?
- May you request COVID-19 test results and other medical data?
- How should you handle employee objections to providing health information?
- May you discipline an employee who refuses to follow sanitization procedures?
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